Have Diabetes? Everything You Need to Know for Safe Travels


According to the American Diabetes Association, about 9% of the U.S. population had diabetes in 2015. That’s over 30 million Americans who might be traveling from time to time. Traveling is not easy to begin with, so having to worry about diabetes while traveling can seem a daunting task for these millions of people. We have listed important tips, so travelers dealing with diabetes can be prepared for any situation and enjoy their travels with peace of mind. 
Posted: 10/27/2017 11:24:34 AM


Why We Always Get Sick While Traveling and How to Prevent It?


The common situation of falling sick when on holidays is referred to as “Leisure Sickness”. Studies show that three key factors may result in leisure sickness. Find out what causes you to get ill and how you can prevent it. 
Posted: 10/20/2017 12:35:30 PM


In Action: Sudden Loss of Motor and Sensory Functions in Punta Cana


Mark* and his wife, Catherine like to spend most of their winter in Punta Cana to escape Illinois’ cold weather. Halfway through their stay, Mark who has a history of spinal disc herniation and sciatica, woke up with no motor and sensory function in his left leg. He was immediately taken to the nearest hospital. 
Posted: 10/13/2017 11:28:39 AM


Like fall colors? Check out our favorite places in the world to enjoy autumn foliage!


The annual color change undergone by trees is one of nature’s most beautiful, and immense displays. In North America for example, the color change that happens in autumn can clearly be seen from space, and the entire east coast turns yellow orange for a couple glorious weeks. 
Posted: 10/6/2017 12:23:41 PM